This annual award recognises and celebrates exceptional and sustained contributions in a career as a practitioner psychologist.
It is anticipated that this award will be made to a psychologist near or after the end of their career.
The award will confer life membership of the Society, and a commemorative certificate will be presented to the recipient at an appropriate Society conference. The recipient will also be invited to deliver an address at the conference.
Nominees should be:
- Current or retired practitioners in any area of professional applied psychology.
- Members of the Society.
Nominations are not limited to UK residents.
Self-nominations are acceptable; however, an additional referee will be required.
Nominees should have:
- Demonstrated exceptional practice over a significant period of time, including impact outside their primary job role. This award is for lifetime achievement rather than a single contribution.
- Enjoyed outstanding personal achievement and reinvested in psychology through encouraging and developing others.
- Displayed a wisdom and depth of service/leadership that has made a significant difference to a number of individuals or groups.
Further details and/or an application form can be obtained from [email protected]
Nominations have now closed for 2018. The award will open again in September 2019.
Please note: recipients prior to 2017 award will have received the 'Lifetime Achievement' award.
|2016||Professor Narinder Kapur and Professor Tom McMillan|
|2013||Dave M. Clark and Elizabeth Kuipers|
|2010||John Hall and Gerry Randell|
|2009||Gisli Gudjonsson and Stanley Rachman|